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Re: Formatted output

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  • Subject: [mg39259] Re: Formatted output
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  • Date: Thu, 6 Feb 2003 03:08:07 -0500 (EST)
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CellPrint is more likely than Print to do what you want:


CellPrint[Cell[BoxData[GridBox[data, ColumnAlignments -> {Right},
GridFrame -> True,
     ColumnLines -> True, ColumnsEqual -> True]], "Text"]]

You will find the options for GridBox in the help browser.
They can be applied interactively to a selected displayed grid using the
Option Inspector


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"Steve Gray" <stevebg at> wrote in message
news:b1q704$34m$1 at
> Hello all,
> I want to produce a table of text output (in the same notebook
> my code is in). The output consists of many rows of numbers, each row
> containing the same number of numbers. For example the entire output
> might consist of 500 rows each having 7 columns. It is important for
> understanding the output to have well-formatted columns of a constant
> width regardless of the number of digits in each number (which will be
> no more than say 9). In the columns the numbers should be
> right-aligned.
> "Print" does not seem to have enough control to do this. It's
> much less flexible than the print statement in C. What I need is
> something like that. I've been reading the book, sections 2.7, 2.8,
> etc., and it looks like I will have to write an actual (small) program
> to do this.
> I'd appreciate any suggestions or leads to a package where all
> this is already done.
> Many thanks.
> Steve Gray

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